Halloween is a time for scares, intrigues, mysteries, and unearthing ancient horrors. We have done all of these things with the post we bring you today. Once upon a time, when the earth was young, there was an infernal website called omgjeremy dot com, founded by Lucifer himself, probably. During those times, a writer named Billy Holiday turned his talents to art, and decided to give Amandoll a run for her money in the comics department. What you see here today is three YEARS worth of effort, incomplete because one installment was lost to time, just as we all fear about ourselves the most, deep inside.
Proceed with Caution! You have been warned!
Like in very very spooky old silent horror movies, when there are missing scenes that leave you wondering, leaving you wishing that you knew what went on, but will never know − that’s what you get with this piece of work. What happened? None of us can remember, but we are all reasonably sure that there was a pun involved, as well as a death, and a plot twist. We are dealing with a master of storytelling, after all.
BOO 2: BOO WHO!?
The very next year, Billy astonished the still-innocent world by striding up with another installment of his masterpiece. We were stunned, as we believed one year was not enough time for him to recover, his drawing hand having been put to the test with BOO!1. We didn’t expect he would ever try again, but there was apparently more tale to tell…
Can a truly great epic adventure story exist these days without it being a trilogy? Trilogies make the kids go wild. Trilogies put asses in seats. Billy Holiday knew this going into BOO! from the very start, no doubt. The very next year, he delivered this conclusion to a restless fan base. No one was disappointed. Amandoll thought she’d be out of a job. Luckily for her, Holiday has never drawn again after this.